Graduate Program Coordinator - 121058
#121058 Graduate Program CoordinatorFiling Deadline: Wed 2/1/2023
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The Department of Political Science was founded in 1974 and currently has over 40 ladder-rank and 8 adjunct faculty who represent a broad spectrum of backgrounds, methodologies, and approaches. A relatively young department, Political Science has skyrocketed to prominence among peer institutions in the United States. The most recent National Academy of Sciences study ranks UC San Diego among the top graduate programs in political science in the country. The doctoral program encompasses five broad sub-fields: American politics, comparative politics, international relations, political theory and methodology. Each year, the Department of Political Science supports nearly 100 scheduled undergraduate courses, 40 graduate courses, 35+ summer session courses, over 12,000 undergraduate course enrollments, and 1,000 undergraduate majors; The department receives an estimated 300 graduate program applications and attracts significant levels of extramural funding in support of research projects.
Under the supervision of the Student Affairs Manager, this position provides professional staff support for the administration and implementation of the Graduate program in the Department of Political Science. Independently responsible for graduate student affairs functions such as advising, administration and admissions. This position is responsible for curriculum planning/ development/administration; graduate program management; and all student-related activities and other educational matters pertaining to prospective and enrolled graduate students. This includes but is not limited to: interpretation and implementation of appropriate policies, regulations, and procedures; participation in short-term and long-term departmental goals and objectives; management and oversight of graduate student advising; overseeing student enrollment; participation in financial management and long-range planning for student support issues; data development and management to include all related analyses; and other activities associated with graduate affairs for the Department of Political Science.
- May be required to work overtime and/or weekends.
This position has a hybrid schedule with 2 days in the office and 3 days working from home.
- Please submit a cover letter for a complete application.
Proven training and experience in effective academic advising techniques. Knowledge of Political Science course content and faculty areas of interest. Knowledge of advising and counseling techniques.
Effective interpersonal skills, with the ability to represent UC San Diego appropriately to internal and external constituents. Skilled at negotiating conflicts among faculty and students.
Skills in service orientation, organization, active listening, and critical thinking. Strong analytical, inductive and deductive reasoning skills. Demonstrated understanding of the philosophy of quality service and group process, with proven aptitude for working as part of a team.
Excellent ability in problem identification and reasoning. Strong attention to detail and ability to work independently exercising initiative and judgment in the performance of responsibilities. Strong organizational and administrative practices. Creativity to analyze and solve unusual and new problems in ways that establish effective and efficient procedures.
Demonstrated ability to multitask; verbal and written communication skills. Ability to analyze work situations and implement long range plans for the development of systems and procedures to fulfill complex organizational needs. Ability to formulate and retain sight of long range plans and goals while dealing with a myriad of day-to-day problems. Skills and knowledge to oversee project outcomes, including the ability to adjust to shifting priorities and work under short deadline situations while maintaining composure.
Strong ability to write concisely, persuasively, and in summary form. Skill to compose, edit and proofread narrative sections of printed information. Ability to express verbally one’s position, plan of action, evaluation or interpretation in a professional, concise, and courteous manner.
Training, access, skills and experience with UCPath preferred.
- Background Check required.
Pay Transparency Act Full Salary Range: $37,900 - $85,300 Annually
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Job offer is contingent on successful engagement in the UC COVID-19 Vaccination program (fully vaccinated with documented proof or approved exception/deferral).
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